Installing various #preformed playground logos,
Our WJ Thinking Community initiative is about inspiring as many lives as possible within the communities in which we live and work.
Through collaboration with our people, clients and supply chain we aim to make a difference for the social, economic and environmental benefit of all.
Jules collected and distributed bags of essential toiletry items to ladies in crisis, part of my small organisation Haughton Bags of Hope
Castle Vale path clearing with Kier, showing WJ's initiatives: Collaboration and Thinking community. This was done at Castle Vale with their local Community Environmental Trust and Sustrans charity.
Andrew went the The Royal School in Wolverhampton with the department of Work and Pensions to talk to a group of Year 10 lads about what employers expect from potential employees and the WJ story.
Requested by Kym at Kier. Paul Alrdridge organised a volunteer team to attend volunteering day. Merv from Stoke refelted 2 roofs at the allotments, Rob Elsby and Mai Vasudevan attended with Kym and colleague from Kier on volunteer day doing some compost work for gardens and painting.
Our ‘Thinking Community’ Initiative is now helping “CRASH” a charity that relies on the generosity of the construction industry to create places that care for people.
WJ Croydon recently refreshed the Emmaus Community Warehouse car park
Manning the road closure for The local Remembrance Day Service. Signs supplied by our friends at Chevron
Working with the RSMA supporting opportunities for young people in our industry. Thanks Joe Bean much appreciated